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  CBS    KPIX 5 News at Noon    News; News/Business. Frank  
   Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.  

    November 4, 2013
    12:00 - 12:31pm PST  

dangerous intersections tur adly... an early this is kpix 5 news. >> one of san francisco's most dangerous intersections turned deadly, an early morning accident kills a man in a wheelchair. >> that man was crossing in a
wheelchair when he was hit by a car there, and we as kate says this has been a dangerous problem for years. >> reporter: frank this intersection is notorious so much they put that there to try to catch them. it is known as one of the most dangerous intersections in san francisco. >> i don't feel very secure in this cross section. >> and just after midnight it was a deadly intersection, san francisco police say a person in a wheelchair was hit by a vehicle while trying to cross in this area. the victim later died at the hospital. >> i hate to say i am not surprised. there has been a number of accidents in the past 3, 4, 5 months. >> they are concerned that drivers are not paying attention to the signs or traffic lights. >> as careful as you can be as a cyclist you are watching to see it is my turn but not going because these guys will hit me,
you do the best you can but it is scary. >> according them they had the most accidents of any mainly because they were making illegal or dangerous right turns. we even saw them ignoring the signs. >> i don't feel confident they know what to do. >> this year the mayor released his plan calling for a 50% reduction of collisions by then but not everyone is convinced. >> unfortunately a couple of laws are not going to solve everything but it is a step in the right direction. >> he hope is the new cameras will cut down on the accidents here in this area and again we do know that camera was installed 4 days ago, at first you will get a warning but then
a fine later. >> police still have not released the driver's identity, he did stay at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. >> new details emerging about the man accused of opening fire at lax last friday, these are photographs of paul ciancia on a gurney a short time after that, he was shot 4 times and was hospitalized with wounds, he was carrying a hand written letter saying he wanted to kill tsa agents. a large memorial is there, he was the first to die in the line of duty, bigad shaban on what his family is saying. >> a spokesperson read a statement from the family of the shooting suspect. >> paul is our son and brother, we will continue to love him and care him and will support him during the difficult times ahead.
>> officials say 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into terminal 3 of the airport on friday pulling a suitcase with backpacks on top, there were holes to hide the assault rifle inside, he pulled it out and on earned fire on gerrardo hernandez, killing him and also shot two other employees and a passenger before they shot him 4 times. according to police he left a letter saying he made a conscious decision to kill multiple employees in order to instill fir and the letter also talked about how easy it is to get a gun into an airport. lax has completely re-opened since the shooting but the attack is raising questions about security at america's third largest airport. >> nobody stopped him there. >> i am nervous but honestly since 9/11 i am always edger than it used to be.
>> investigators say he told them he actedded alone. >> tsa agents are wearing black bands on their arms in memory of him. >> the woman accused of killing a menlo park couple last month is expected to make her first court appearance in the case this afternoon, medical prevented her from being arraigned last week, they say her blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit when the struck and killed them. they filed a federal civil rights lawsuit over the fatal shooting of their son, andy lopez was killed by a deputy nearly two weeks ago. he was carrying a replica assault rifle at the time. the family has already filed three wrongful death claims in that case. this season's crab season looks promising there. sport fisherman able to start crabbing over the weekend but
the commercial season doesn't start until november the 15th, this time for the first time in california they limit the number of traps they can have. >> voters will get to weigh in on a battle over the san francisco water front, developers want to build a development there in what is now a parking lot but first voters have to approve prop b and c, our exclusively kpix 5 poll finds it failing at the moment, a major are against those and it is the same for prop c, no leads on whether the building height should be raised. on the cost of living crisis the developers agreed to contribute 11 million dollars to affordable housing but they claim it will block access to the water front. on the other hand the yes on b
side point fingers at a distinctive private club. >> i want it to be accessible to everybody not just the few and privileged today we see across the street. it is a private club. >> while it clearly bothered people there is a private club remember it is not going anywhere, it is going to be smaller and only one pool but you will still have to pay to use this facility. >> the plan has been approved by the board of supervisors and other panels. >> theres a lot of elections around the bay tomorrow, melissa cane looks at some of the other big issues. already >> reporter: tomorrow is election day and there are important issues on the ballot,
they are trying to increase their sales taxes and the most interesting is the initiative to limit gun magazines. as for that they will decide to raise the minimum became and they will vote on casinos there and finally voters in harris, texas, will vote on whether to issue bonds to renovate the dome, if it doesn't pass the astrodome will be demolished, remember to vote. >> you can check those police tomorrow there. >> grab the pen and paper we have the early scoop on christmas toy sales. >> they would not have found him for who knows how long and he would probable why be dead
right now. >> a college student stuck for days between two walls, an incredible rescue that likely saved his life coming up.
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secret black friday holiday sales are leaking out... the website "fat wallet" says 's gotten a hold of some of the hottest items for the kids. and how parents can get a jp on them. according to the w some of those secret black friday holiday sales are leaking out, the sight fat wallet says it has gotten ahold of them, toys-r-us will open ahead of other stores and furbe boom for that and the pad 2 is
that much and all those. there you go. >> very good. the stocked turned down by the changes announced this morning. good morning. >> reporter: pretty break news for them, said it said its potential sale fell through so now it is raising money to keep the business going and also firing its ceo in the process, that billion dollars is basically going to give the struggling company enough time to try and sell the pieces, nobody wants the smart phone part of the business, they are more interested in its blackberry portfolio and those. it will probably sell those
pieces, they took only 1%, a far cry from when they ruled the market. investors don't like the news, shares down right now, back to you. >> jason brooks, thank you. >> he hits the roadway playing pitchman to his battered obama website. some are calling for time out and insist that is not the only problem. danielle nottingham has this. >> reporter: is off and fixing problems and the president promised to have it fully operational by the end of the month and she says the issues go much deeper and calling for a time out. >> there are problems let's convene a bipartisan group and say how do we get right?
>> we learned david cutler delivered a warning to larry summers three years ago. the memo said i do not believe the relevant members of the administration understand the president's vision or have the ability to carey it out. >> it is frustrating because you want to see it succeed and it doesn't get off on the right foot. >> but there are signs americans are getting accustomed to it. a new poll shows 55% say know enough about it to know how it impacts them, that is up eight% from wednesday, on wednesday he goes to dallas to help them sign up. >> in an unrelated move he urged them to pass legislation prohibiting discrimination against them. a critical vote is coming up today, this morning republican
senator dean heller of nevada announced he will back it which should give them the 60 votes needed to move the legislation forward. after a dramatic collapse at halftime on the field houston texans head coach gary kubiak is recovering from stroke like symptoms, he fell to his knees against the colts, they are still doing tests to find out if it was a stroke. john fox had surgery, it was scheduled for later but moved up after doctors said he needed it immediately. >> he is recovering from a freak accident that very nearly cost him his life. police say he got stuck in a narrow space between two buildings and wasn't found for 36 hours. >> strapped to a stretcher he was wheeled by concerned friends to an ambulance.
he got trapped in an 18 inch space between he walls. firefighters had to break it down, he said he was stuck there for two days. >> before we moved the victim we hooked him up to a heart monitor. >> friends say he went missing after a false fire alarm in his dorm. >> i saw him running upstairs while people were exiting the building to life because the fire alarm had been pulled. >> a spokesperson said he was reported missing saturday night and they immediately began a search, friends though claim campus police security did nothing until then. >> his phone was off and he didn't check in for days. >> they discovered his cell phone on the roof of the dorm and then discovered him lodged between the two buildings. they are not sure if he fell
from the roof. >> how do we not tell the security guards the three of us, 19-year-old students to check the roof, they would not have found him for who knows how long and he would probably be dead by now. >> they are still trying to figure out how he stuck, they are looking into the possibility he may have been under the influence at the time. >> we went out for a walk it was chilly then warmed up. >> all that sunshine enjoy it, we have changes later, maybe we get to back rain. wouldn't that be nice? >> sure. >> silence, i heard dead silence, those are your temperatures in those areas, throughout the afternoon beautiful sunshine, temperatures right around seasonal for this time of year
and tonight clear and cool, a little chilly in some of the valleys again but it looks like warmer weather as we head throughth about the middle of the week then things shift as the jet stream drops toward the bay area, still that jet stream is sending it north so we won't have to worry about rain but mild temperatures continuing through wednesday then slowly cooling things down. plan on 60s and 70s in the central valley, high country 45 lake tahoe and 57 yosemite, around the bay today nice temperatures, 67 san jose, 65 fremont, 68 palo alto, cool toward the coastline, low 60s, east bay temperatures 60s and 70s and then inside the bay plenty of sunshine throughout the afternoon and some great weather, overnight lows probably in the 40s again and
very low towards the north bay otherwise good weather ahead, high clouds cruising by, dry weather continues on thursday and friday but over the weekend a cold front dives in our direction. i think maybe by sunday night we start to hear the pitter patter of rain drops -- >> -- pitter-patter -- >> -- that -- >> -- thank you -- >> get those out, it is game on again, we have the planned just announced for the annual sand castle competition.
morning... he blew a tire on i-75 near atlanta over t weekend and spilled his pay-lo a truck driver in georgia
is feeling pretty lucky this morning, he blew a tire this weekend in atlanta and spilled his payload and it wasn't just any load, it was millions of these guys bees, fortunately not a single sting. >> that is good, the competition is back on there, it was cancelled because of the government shut down but now re- scheduled at ocean beach, kids from 24 elementary schools will take part with help from them. they can use cave paintings or creek tragedies or those. >> looking for those. >> our fresh grocer tony tontillo says start with roma
tomatoes. >> in the market today are those tomatoes, the ones imported are fantastic, even those, when you see this, i got to throw it in, free from any shriveling inside and that manies a small cavity and they are plump and fresh, a lot of times there is a cavity in there, so that means there is not a lot of tomato, and when you bring them home always throw them on the county, italian plump tomatoes go him and make fresh sauce, i have a great recipe i will show you
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success in high schools.. h security cameras could helpp middle and elementary school students safe in one bay ar city. that story and more at five. coming up at 5:00 they have been a success at high schools, how security cameras could help keep middle and elementary school students safe in 1 bay area city, that story coming up. by land and sea he made a trip around the world. >> i guess, he made that car
that morphed into that you see that, he added two manufactured pontoons to the car, turning it into a boat, took him 7 years to build it but it is not built to withstand big seas. >> good luck. >> -- across the bay. >> why not? >> especially if they have any more bart shut downs or anything like that, that would be the way to go, what a day outside. >> great idea loren, all right, have a great day everyone. >> bye. captions by terry james, caption colorado, llc. captions by terry james, caption colorado, llc. ,,,,
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>> bill: [ grunts ] >> othello: looks like they're falling behind. you want to wait? >> katie: you'll see will when i say you can. [ echoing ] he's not spending the night with you, not in brooke's house. >> bill: what? >> othello: brooke and ramona look like they're falling behind. do you want to wait? >> brooke: [ breathing heavily ] >> katie: [ echoing ] not in brooke's house. this isn't negotiable. >> othello: are you okay?